Standish based accountancy firm McGinty Demack has sustained its growth with the appointment of a further apprentice.
Alex Schofield, from Coppull, joins the company as a Trainee Accountant, whilst she studies for her AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) apprenticeship at Wigan College. Alex fills the vacant position left by Alice O’Hanlon, who following her successful completion of the Wigan College apprenticeship, was recently promoted to a full-time role with McGinty Demack.
Additionally, McGinty Demack is searching for a Semi-Senior Accountant to expand the team further, on a training contract, for either a ACCA or ICAEW qualified person. The ideal candidate will supply vital help to the firm’s busy accounts team.
Karen Richardson, Managing Director, McGinty Demack said: “We are excited to have Alex on board, her drive and desire impressed us and we’re sure she will follow in the footsteps of her predecessor, Alice.”
McGinty Demack moved to Standish in 2013. Now headed by Karen Richardson, they have introduced a new approach to delivering accountancy services. Their employees are fundamental to the service and the revitalised training programme has resulted in several enthusiastic trainees joining the practice, to support its experienced and long serving staff.